The closest image of Saturn in history (Cassini Spacecraft)
Cassini Spacecraft delivering the closest images of Saturn in histoty.
In October Cassini flew high above Saturn, looking down toward its north pole- mosaic by software engineer Gordan Ugarkovic.
The white lines show the outer-ring-grazing orbits. The blue lines show the path of the inner-ring-grazing orbits. “We’re going out in a blaze of glory” — why NASA is crashing a spacecraft into Saturn - Vox Sep 2017
High Above Saturn - Composite image created from 12 image footprints obtained by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on Oct. Mosaic made by amateur image processor and Cassini fan Gordan Ugarkovic. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/G.
This artist’s concept shows an over-the-shoulder view of Cassini making one of its Grand Finale dives over Saturn.
This view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft showcases some of the amazingly detailed structure of Saturn's rings.
The planet Saturn, imaged in natural light by the Cassini Spacecraft on 10 October 2013
Holy crap, these true-color photographs of Saturn are gorgeous
A giant of a moon appears before a giant of a planet undergoing seasonal changes in this natural color view of Titan and Saturn from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Credit a JPL/Caltech/NASA
Saturn eclipsing the sun, with the Earth visible in the upper left section of Saturn's rings. In NASA's robotic Cassini spacecraft drifted in Saturn's shadow for about 12 hours and Cassini saw a view unlike any other. The rings light up so much tha
Cassini spacecraft ends 13-year odyssey with fiery plunge into Saturn
This illustration shows NASA’s Cassini spacecraft above Saturn's northern hemisphere prior to one of its 22 grand finale dives.
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Saturn and earth size comparison
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has been studying Saturn and its moons since it entered orbit in This image, taken on Oct. is a stunning mosaic of the geologically active Enceladus after a Cassini flyby Photo By NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
At just miles from Saturn's north pole, NASA's Cassini spacecraft snapped some stunning photos.